Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

The restoration and refurbishment of the Grade I listed museum building including the upgrade and fitting out of 13 new gallery spaces and IT facilities together with the creation of a new standalone external Education pavilion.

Crawley Museum: Revealing the Tree

Crawley Museum: Revealing the Tree

This project involved the renovation and restoration of a Grade II listed building, and includes a new extension providing more space and facilities.

De La Warr Pavilion

De La Warr Pavilion

The restoration and refurbishment of a Grade I listed modernist building. The project created new gallery spaces, restaurants, bars and offices and a performance/ learning space.

St George's Hall, Bradford

St George's Hall, Bradford

St George's Concert Hall in Bradford is the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Britain and the third oldest in Europe. The project will restore and improve the existing theatre, and is funded by both the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.

The Charleston Trust: Centenary Project

The Charleston Trust: Centenary Project

Charleston house is a remote Sussex Farmhouse that in 1916 became the home of artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant and the country retreat of the pioneering Bloomsbury group.

The Holburne Museum of Art

The Holburne Museum of Art

An National Lottery Heritage funded project that restored and refurbished the Grade I Listed museum, including a new build three-storey contemporary extension that provided new gallery spaces, education and community facilities.

The Whitworth Art Gallery: 21st Century Gallery in the Park

The Whitworth Art Gallery: 21st Century Gallery in the Park

The project provided a high profile new build extension and internal refurbishment of the Grade II listed gallery in Manchester.

Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary

A prestigious and award-winning new build art gallery, located in Margate (Kent) which opened in 2011. The project was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, South East England Development Agency, and Kent County Council.